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"Salt-baked" Chinese? [moved from Pacific NW board]

equinoise | Apr 30, 200801:36 PM

Today J. Gold of the LA Weekly responded to a reader's query about "salt-baked" shrimp. Reading his description of the preparation of the dish and its typical garnish, I was curious if this is the same preparation commonly listed on menus at Cantonese joints around Seattle as "salt-and-pepper" shrimp, squid, scallops (e.g. Sea Garden). I also recall seeing positive reports here on the salt-and-pepper pork chops at Fu Lin or maybe Hing Loon.

"Salt-baked", "salt-and-pepper": are they synonymous?

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